Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
i On Louisville and' Nashville Hoad I Considered at Conference, ' .cu. nl!1P4TCH Tffl r ENUt,Iir.. Mlddlesboro, Ky.. December 22. R. D. Pusey, General Passenger Agent ot the Louisvillo and Nashville Palliation, road, was in conference here tms morning with local and Louisville and Cincinnati business Imen lu re- re- KRrd to 8Uggc,ted' changes of train servlce on tho Cumberland Valley ,nd I aeng-crs aeng-crs aeng-crs from Cincinnati and I.ouls-morrow I.ouls-morrow vllle and all point, north or Curhin T,'lu ' ovpr ln Pullman at Corbln later rriva' n Middlesboro. Mr' ruer n'1 Louisville and Cln-leged Cln-leged cinnatl business men left here at 1 o'clock thla afternoon for thelc homes, H ' exPVted to .announce hia de-willing, de-willing, cllon this week. Application .for additional passen- passen- CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE Harlan divisions of the Louisville and Nashville Road. Mr 1 nojtf ar proposed that train No. 21. arriving in Mlddlesboro from l4ulsvi:ie at 6:12 o'clock in the morn ing, shall reach here near 7 o'clock, and that the train for Harlan leave here at 6 o'clock ln the morning, instead instead of 6:30 o'clock. The proposed changes would avoid tho long layover In Plnevill of passengers passengers cn route to Harlan from Train No. 21. Under this arrangement pas- pas- Ior two houra Their train will ar rive In Plncvllle about 6:30 o'clock. when the train from Mlddlesboro, bound for Harlan, w ill be due in Plncvllle. Plncvllle. In the event those proposed changes become effective, the train now due here from Harlan at 4:58 o'clock in the afternoon will have a ger trains on these divisions was denied denied on the ground that Increased passenger trains would decrease freight service, which is now far be-yondthe be-yondthe be-yondthe - ability of the one-track one-track one-track road to haul. Over $2,000,000 are being being spent on the Cumberland division division this year in double tracking five miles between Corbln and Barbo'ur-ville, Barbo'ur-ville, Barbo'ur-ville, where a heavy grade la being reduced. This will increase hauling capacity of the road to about 200 ffotdolHs dally." A round house costing 130X1.000 Is being built at Baxter, in, Harlan County, and .storage tracks arc being laid at Martin's Fork and Clover Fork. In Harlan. It is rumored that the read will soon be double-tracked double-tracked double-tracked from Corbln to a point ln Harlan rounty. !